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CLICKNL DRIVE 2018 | 25 OCT | Exploring Clothing Consumption through Design Fiction

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CLICKNL DRIVE 2018 | 25 OCT | Exploring Clothing Consumption through Design Fiction

  1. 1. EXPLORING CLOTHING CONSUMPTION THROUGH DESIGN FICTION Moderator: Irene Maldini Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
  2. 2. BACKGROUND 1. Purchase TheDutchclothingmountain 3. disposal2. USE 46 items bought annually per person. 173items in each personal wardrobe. 40 items are annually disposed of per person. 24 items are disposed with non-textile materials and therefore incinerated. items are not suitable for reuse. These can be recycled. items are rewearable and suitable for the international second-hand market. items are potentioally rewearable according to the consumer, but do not meet the international second-hand standards. 2 9 5 3 items per year are wasted before arriving to the consumer. 50123 items in active use. 7 items in the wardrobe are second-hand. 16 items were not worn in the past year. items are separately collected: ‘measuringtheDutchclothingmountain’wasfundedbySiA’sKIEM-VANGprogramme.Downloadthefinalreporthere
  3. 3. UNDERSTANDING THE WARDROBE
  4. 4. Think of YOUR wardrobe (as a whole) What does it INCLUDE? How do the items in your wardrobe BEHAVE over time?
  5. 5. SIX FICTIONAL “SMART WARDROBE” SERVICES • Please walk around and have a look at the posters
  6. 6. SIX FICTIONAL “SMART WARDROBE” SERVICES • Please walk around and have a look at the posters • Keep your wardrobe in mind • For each service indicate if you would like, resist, or be indifferent to this service, and why?
  7. 7. SIX FICTIONAL “SMART WARDROBE” SERVICES • Please walk around and have a look at the posters • Keep your wardrobe in mind • For each service indicate if you would like, resist, or be indifferent to this service, and why? • Think of recent movements in your wardrobe • Would any of these services be of help for one of these specific movements/items? which? why? 10:40 discussion round

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